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Xbox Game Pass -- Four More Games Coming This Month

Another round of games join the subscription service, though this batch is much more heavily loaded on Xbox One than PC.


Microsoft has announced another bundle of games coming to its subscription-based Xbox Game Pass service through the rest of June. Four more games are set to join the Xbox One subscription, with one coming to PC as well.

In fact, all four games are hitting remarkably close together, in the two-day span of June 24-25. Night Call will join the service on Xbox One on June 24. Then Observation, Streets of Rogue, and The Messenger will join the day after. Only Observation will also be available on PC.

The announcement also noted that West of Dead recently joined the service, in case you missed it. Plus the recent Nether Update for Minecraft is now live, and that game is included in the service.

As always, though, other games are exiting the service this month as well. Those include Life is Strange 2, Metro Exodus, and SteamWorld Dig 2, among others. Check the full list below.

Xbox Game Pass is an all-you-can-eat subscription service offering a rotating list of around 100 games on PC and Xbox One. Each subscription is priced at $10 per month, but a combined Game Pass Ultimate subscription bundles them together along with Xbox Live Gold for $15 per month.

Coming to Game Pass

  • Night Call (Xbox One) -- June 24
  • Observation (PC, Xbox One) -- June 25
  • Streets of Rogue (Xbox One) -- June 25
  • The Messenger (Xbox One) -- June 25

Leaving Game Pass (June 30)

  • Battlefleet Gothic: Armada (PC)
  • Die for Valhalla! (PC)
  • Life is Strange 2 (Xbox One)
  • Metal Slug X (PC, Xbox One)
  • Metro Exodus (PC, Xbox One)
  • Neon Chrome (PC, Xbox One)
  • Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (PC, Xbox One)
  • SteamWorld Dig 2 (PC, Xbox One)
  • The Flame in the Flood (PC, Xbox One)

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